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Calling Our Shots: Week Seven

Fantasy football can at times be a very funny place to seek help when you need it most. One week, a so called “expert” will tell you to start “Player A” because “Player A” is a “can’t miss” starter who will blow up that week. A week later, that expert will deny giving that advice to their readers or followers but will be more than happy to tell you to start “Player B” this week. It would be almost comical in some instances if it wasn’t so tragic for the people who take the advice of these charlatans.

As a staff member of DLF, I can tell you that everyone affiliated with this site both loathes and detests this behavior. Every staff member on the DLF team constantly tries to learn and better ourselves so we may be of better help to you. Part of that process is being accountable for our successes, as well as our failures. We’re doing that each and every week as we’re offering personalized lineup advice as part of our premium content. We’re answering every question posted in a timely manner and helping out as best we can – those answers are public knowledge and we’ll stand by them every week.

We’ve also decided to roll out this series entitled, “Calling Our Shots.” The premise of this series is to get some predictions for the upcoming week. Some writer’s predictions are bold, some are solid, while others, well, we wouldn’t place too much money on them in Las Vegas!

When we’re right, we’ll share our successes. When we’re wrong, it should present a great way for our loyal readers to give us a good (and hopefully friendly) ribbing. The point is we don’t hide from the advice we give or the predictions we make.

We also want to give you the same chance.

Our community is an essential part of the success of DLF. This weekly series also asks YOU, the readers, to post your own shots in the comments below. We all have that coach in our league who says, “Yeah, I could have told you not to start that guy” and perhaps that’s even you who thinks that! Well, here’s your chance to make those bold predictions when they count – before the games are played. We invite everyone to blow up the comments section again today and make any player predictions you want for the week – this will give you a perfect opportunity to officially say, “I told you so,” or offer a brutally embarrassing piece of ammunition for your opponent to use against you next week. Either way, this is a great way for the community and the writers to have some good old fashioned fun each and every week!

Every person who is featured in subsequent weeks will be put into a drawing after week 17 for a free yearly membership or their renewal to our premium content and a free DLF T-shirt!

Every week we talk about how unpredictable the NFL has been the prior week. While we did see some weird performances, such as Shonn Greene rushing for 161 yards (I mean seriously, who in the world saw that coming), we also saw a return to some normalcy. In a league that is often described as a passing league, we saw no fewer than 11 quarterbacks throw for over 300 yards, and this was with Drew Brees, a constant 300 yard performer, on a bye. Week six also saw ten 100 yard receiving performances, two of which had multiple touchdowns to boot in Jordy Nelson and A.J. Green. All in all, it was a nice return to normalcy and one which was sorely needed.

Unfortunately for the DLF staff, however, there was no return to normalcy in terms of our number of correct shots called. Week six saw another miserable week of only 12 correct shots called. Eric Olinger once again claimed the crown of DLF’s most accurate shot caller with a total of four correct shots called. The game in which the most correct shots were called was the Monday Night game between San Diego and Denver in which three of the 11 correct shots were called. Here are the correct shots for Week Six:

Eric Olinger – Carson Palmer throws for 300+ yards

Chris Rohrer – Browns get their first win of the season at home.

Jarrett Behar – Megatron 100+ rec yards

Eric Olinger – Mike Vick snaps out of his funk and picks up 300+ total yards.

TheFFGhost – Seattle holds the entire New England team under 120 rushing yards but Brady throws for over 300 yards.

Eric Hardter – Wes Welker again leads the Pats in receiving, leading to another weekly postponement of Brandon Lloyd’s “inevitable” breakout.

Eric Hardter – Put up or shut up time for Mario Williams, who responds with two sacks.

Eric Olinger – Kyle Rudolph finds the endzone this week.

TheFFGhost – Houston doesn’t have an answer for Cobb as he pulls in at least five receptions.

TheFFGhost – Rivers and Manning combine for over 550 yards combined.

Eric Olinger – Antonio Gates abuses the Broncos weak LB corp for his first multiple TD game of the year.

Andy Miley – Peyton and Rivers throw for over 300 yards and two scores each

The DLF team just barely missed on another five shots. These are the shots we almost hit on:

TheFFGhost – Leshoure goes for over 75+ total yards and gets a touchdown.

Chris Rohrer – Stafford gets back on track with over 300 passing yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Andy Miley – Doug Martin gets back on track with 120 combined yards and a touchdown

Chris Rohrer – Welker has yet another 100+ yards through the air, but Brandon Lloyd gets the non-TE receiving touchdown.

TheFFGhost – Arizona comes out angry, at least three sacks by the Arizona defense, Buffalo’s defense matches the total though.

Our Week Six Shot Caller from the reader comments is BeastMode who had some pretty interesting shots called, some of which actually hit. BeastMode called a unique shot about Greg Zuerlein missing his first field goal from a ridiculously long distance (52 yards). Here are the correct shots BeastMode called:

Connor Barth scores more fantasy points than Brady Quinn.

Jeremy Maclin scores 1TD.

The leg, Greg Zuerlein, misses his first FG in Miami as Fisher called for another ridiculous long Fg with when ” Mr Bust” struggles to move the ball, again.

Wes Welker leads all receivers from both teams in yardage.

Cruz scores 1TD.

Arian Foster has less than 20 carries as Houston falls behind early (Houston D is overrated and will be exposed this sunday).

Antonio Gates blocks more than more in this game but score 1TD.

What’s fairly amazing about BeastMode’s called shots are that while he hit on several of his picks, he also just barely missed on a many more of them. The ones he just barely missed on were usually so close they too could almost be classified as wins. All in all it was a very strong showing from BeastMode and he takes home the Week Six title as well as enters himself into the year-end drawing for a free year of DLF Premium as well as a free DLF t-shirt. Good luck BeastMode!

Lots of people like to call the number seven lucky, let’s see if Week Seven turns around the luck of the DLF staff with these called shots:

Tennessee @ Buffalo

TheFFGhost – Chris Johnson goes over 75 total yards.

Eric Olinger – Kendall Wright goes over 100 yards receiving.

Andy Miley – Spiller and F-Jax will have 90 combined yards and a TD each.

Eric Hardter – Kenny Britt will top 100 receiving yards.

Chris Rohrer – Stevie Johnson notches his first 100 yard game of the season.

Ken Kelly – Chris Johnson blames his offensive line for something.

Washington @ NY Giants

Eric Dickens – Nicks & Cruz will both top 100 receiving yards each.

TheFFGhost – Three receivers in this game will go over 100 yards receiving.

Eric Olinger – Ahmad Bradshaw keeps the hot streak going by going over 125 yards rushing.

Andy Miley – RG3 and Eli will account for 700 yards and 5 TDs combined.

Eric Hardter – RG3 will total four TD’s.

Chris Rohrer – Griffin III held to under 300 total yards.

Ken Kelly – Alfred Morris goes for over 100 rushing yards against the vaunted D-line of the G-Men.

Jaron Foster – Eli with 300 yards/3+TDs.

New Orleans @ Tampa Bay

Eric Dickens – Doug Martin will score 2 TD’s.

TheFFGhost – Brees will throw for over 350 yards.

Eric Olinger – Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams both go over 100 yards receiving.

Andy Miley – Doug Martin will have 100+ yards and a touch, while Colston will follow up his monster game before the bye with 100+ yards and a touch.

Eric Hardter – Both teams will account for 900 yards of total offense in a shootout.

Jaron Foster – Lance Moore returns with 75+ yards and a score.

Ken Kelly – Mike Williams has another double digit fantasy day, conjuring up more hopes he can return to his early career form

Dallas @ Carolina

TheFFGhost – Dallas has at least two passing touchdowns and adds another on the ground.

Eric Olinger – Cam Newton throws less than 275 yards with at least one INT.

Andy Miley – Dez will make it three weeks in a row with a productive day 7+ catches, 90+ receiving yards.

Eric Hardter – Tony Romo goes for 300+ yards and 2+ passing TD’s.

Chris Rohrer – Felix Jones runs for 60 yards, 0 TDs, and a pulled hamstring.

Ken Kelly – Williams and Stewart combine for less than 75 rushing yards, prompting at least 1% of dynasty owners to just quit.

Baltimore @ Houston

TheFFGhost – Foster out-rushes Rice as Baltimore’s defense looks dramatically different.

Eric Olinger – Arian Foster makes the new look Baltimore D look less than average. 125+ yards rushing at least 1 TD.

Andy Miley – Andre Johnson gets his second 100+ yard game.

Eric Hardter – Joe Flacco is forced to attempt 50+ passes as the Ravens’ D can’t keep Houston out of the end zone.

Chris Rohrer – Torrey Smith and Anquan Boldin both post over 100 yards receiving.

Cleveland @ Indianapolis

TheFFGhost – Wayne goes for over 125+ receiving yards.

Eric Olinger – Whoever starts at RB for the Browns, Richardson or Hardesty, goes off on Indy’s soft defense for over 125 yards rushing.

Andy Miley – The rookie QBs combine for 650 yards and 5 TDs.

Eric Hardter – Reggie Wayne toasts Joe Haden for 120+ yards.

Ken Kelly – Josh Gordon truly establishes himself as Cleveland’s best receiver by simply not dropping passes.

Green Bay @ St. Louis

TheFFGhost – Finley continues to stink up the joint with less than 50 receiving yards.

Eric Olinger – Jordy Nelson, James Jones, and Randall Cobb all score TD’s of some sort.

Andy Miley – Cobb has another 100+ yard game.

Eric Hardter – Aaron Rodgers stays red-hot with 5+ more passing TD’s.

Arizona @ Minnesota

Eric Dickens – Patrick Peterson puts a return TD on the board

TheFFGhost – Two players will have multi-sack games, one of them will be Allen.

Eric Olinger – Jared Allen registers at least 2.5 sacks versus the turn style that is the AZ O-line.

Andy Miley – Jared Allen has his 1st multi-sack game of 2012.

Eric Hardter – Adrian Peterson shreds the Cardinals D for over 100 yards, and finally finds the end zone once again.

Chris Rohrer – The Cardinals lose three straight and the hype is officially over.  Percy Harvin goes for another 100 total yards.

NY Jets @ New England

Eric Dickens – New England runs for 200+ yards collectively

TheFFGhost – Brady will throw for over 100 more yards than Sanchez.

Eric Olinger – Mark Sanchez will be picked off at least twice in this game.

Andy Miley – Ridley is forgiven as he runs for 125+ yards and scores twice.

Eric Hardter – Wes Welker posts his third consecutive game of 100+ yards and double-digit receptions.

Chris Rohrer – Now that Shonn Greene has re-tricked the Jets front office into thinking he’s workhorse material, he is held to under 75 total yards.

Ken Kelly  -Stevan Ridley doubles the rushing yardage Shonn Greene puts up.

Jacksonville @ Oakland

Eric Dickens – MJD goes over 100 yards against the Raiders D as the lone bright spot for the Jaguars.

TheFFGhost – At least one Jaguar will go for over 100 yards receiving, I have absolutely no idea who though. How else can I say that Oakland’s secondary is horrible but so are the Jaguars wide receiving corps?

Eric Olinger – Denarius Moore has his second consecutive 100 yard game.

Andy Miley – Start McFadden and MJD as they both go for over 125+ and a TD.

Eric Hardter – Carson Palmer goes for 320+ yards and 2+ TD’s.

Chris Rohrer – Denarius Moore has over 125 receiving yards and a score.

Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati

TheFFGhost – Heath Miller will pull down another 5+ receptions.

Eric Olinger – Mike Wallace gets deep on Cincy for another long TD. Goes over 100 yards.

Eric Hardter – Heath Miller gets another receiving TD.

Chris Rohrer – Antonio Brown redeems himself after a subpar week six and has his first 100 yard effort of the season.

Ken Kelly – Jonathan Dwyer rushes for at least 75 yards

Detroit @ Chicago

TheFFGhost – No running back hits 100 rushing yards, Megatron hits 100 receiving yards, Marshall doesn’t.

Eric Olinger – This feels like an under performing type of game. 2+  INTs each for Stafford and Cutler.

Andy Miley – Hello BMarsh and welcome to a 8+ catch game!

Eric Hardter – Megatron finally reaches the end zone again, scoring at least twice.

Ken Kelly – Jay Cutler scores more fantasy points than Matt Stafford

We’d like to once again give a high five to BeastMode for winning Week Six and a reminder to everyone, we also grade called shots on creativity so if you are unsure how a game may play out then take an interesting guess about something that may occur in the game such as BeastMode did this week. While we absolutely judge for accuracy, creativity might just push your submission over the top.

Best of luck to all of our readers!

 Don’t forget, if we select your entry we’ll enter you into a drawing for a full year of DLF premium content and a free DLF t-shirt!

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9 years ago

Drew Brees will lead wk 7 in passing yds
Matt Stafford throws 3 TD
Jay Cutler sacked 5+ times
Andrew Luck over 320

Trent Richardon will lead the weeks rushers..injury and all
ADP-Over 100
Detroit Lions under 100 rushing(team)
Ridley scores twice
Sproles =7 catches over 100 total yards

Cruz 8+ over 100
Colston over 100 and scores
Mike Williams>Vjax
Lance moore 5+ over 70
Torrey Smith 80+ and 2
Megatron 2 TD

Chandler scores twice
Finley under 4 rec
Gresham under 3
Witten under 5
Miller scores

Fantasy sleeper defense of the week-Oakland

9 years ago

Titans/ Bills – CJ0k scores his first TD of the season

Giants/ Redskins – RG3 puts up less than 270 yards of total offense

Saints/ Buccs – Brees and Freeman combine for 3 turnovers

Cowboys / Panters – Cam Newton scores more rushing TDs than all his RBs combined

Ravens / Texans – The teams combine for at least 60 points

Browns/ Colts – Andrew Luck throws for at least 3 TDs

Packers/ Rams – James Jones catches another TD as Packers win big

Cardinals/ Vikings – Fitzgerald fails to get 75 yards due to inept quaterback play

Jets vs Patriots – Shonn Greene’s YPC is under 3.0

Jags vs Raiders – Justin Blackmon catches 3 passes or less

Steelers/ Bengals – Dalton throws more INTS than TDs

Lions/ Bears – Brandon Marshall scores more fantasy points than Megatron

9 years ago

Titans / Bills – Fred Jackson takes full control of the Bills running back reins with 125 yards rushing and 80 receiving for a couple of scores.

Giants / Redskins – Bradshaw has another big game. 25 touches for 125+ yds and 1+ tds.

Saints / Bucs – Drew Brees throws for 400+ yds and 4 tds

Cowboys / Panthers – Miles Austin takes full advantage of the Double coverage to Dez Bryant. 100+ yds, 1+ tds

Ravens / Texans – Ravens have something to prove, Foster is shut down. Runs for less than 50 yards and no tds.

Browns / Colts – Weeden throws for 250 yds and 3 tds.

Packers / Rams – Packers take early lead, Feed Alex Green the rock The rest of the way, 125+ rushing yards 2 tds.

Cards / Vikings- Percy Harvin has another big game. 15 targets for 10 catches, 100+ yards and a TD.

Jets / Patriots – Brandon Lloyd finally has a big day and finds endzone. 80+ yds, 1 TD

Jags / Raiders – MJD and Mcfadden Both rush for over 100 yds and both get at least one td.

Steelers / Bengals – BenJarvus Green-Ellis has a horrible game. Again. Under 70 yards with no TDs.

Lions / Bears – Forte 80 yards rushing for a td, 40+ receiving yards, Leshoure shows he is real deal wth 100+ rushing yards and a score against Chicago’s D.

9 years ago

[email protected]:CJ2K gets 1st TD while rushing for 150yds.

[email protected]:both QB’s throw for 300yds and 2TD’s

[email protected]:Gordon 100yds and TD. Luck throws

Redskins:Wilson leads all RB’s with 100+ yards

[email protected]:Romo 300yds 2td

[email protected]:Richardson leads all RB’s with 100+total yards. Legatron sets new NFL record for longest FG

Ravens:each QB disappoints w/less than 250 yards and no TD

[email protected]:2+ D/ST touchdowns. Skelton accounts for more MIN points than ARI points(hahaha)

Jets:Ridley has more total yards than Sanchez

[email protected]:Run DMC 120+ 2TD’s

[email protected]:Dalton <240yds more INT's than TD's. Rapestberger 300yds 2TD's

[email protected]:Forte 100yds. Marshall 10 catches. CHI returns a kick for TD. Megatron gets 1st TD this season

Reply to  JohnnyBoy
9 years ago

*Luck throws for 280yds 2TD’s

Mark Tavares
9 years ago

ARI @ MIN – Larry Fitzgerald gets 6+ rec but less than 100 yards and no scores

DAL @ CAR – Jonathan Stewart leads CAR in Receiving yards

NO @ TB – Josh Freeman outscores Drew Brees in Fantasy points (1pt/25 yards, 5pt/PassTD)

GB @ STL – Randall Cobb returns a kick for a TD

WAS @ NYG – RG3 gets 100+ yards rushing

BAL @ HOU – Arian Foster has more yards from scrimmage than Ray Rice

TEN @ BUF – Matt Hasselbeck throws 2+ TD’s to hit 200 in his career

CLE @ IND – IND Defense holds CLE to less than 100 total yards rushing

NYJ @ NE – Ryan Mallet completes more passes than Tim Tebow

JAX @ OAK – Cecil Shorts gets a receiving TD

PIT @ CIN – Cedric Peerman is the game’s leading rusher

DET @ CHI – Devin Hester returns a kick for a TD

9 years ago

Ken, as a Carolina fan and an owner of Stewart and Williams, I hope you are wrong. But also, I will probably fall into that 1%.

9 years ago

Titans @ Bills
Spiller and Jackson combine for 150+ total yds and 2 TDs
Browns @ Colts
Richardson scores again – Gordon scores again
Packers @ Rams
Zuerlein outscores SJax
Cards @ Vikes
6 Sacks for Vikings – Fitz 100+ yds. – Harvin scores
Skins @ Giants
David Wilson scores 75+ return yds.
Saints @ Bucs
Barron gets another pick
Cowboys @ Panthers
Austin 100+ yds. 1+ TD
Ravens @ Texans
Foster 150+ total yds.
Jags @ Raiders
7+ rec. for RunDMC
Jets @ Pats
Teblow – 10+ carries for 50+ yds, 1+ TD
Steelers @ Bengals
Pit loses and goes to 0-4 on the road
Lions @ Bears
Marshall 100+ yds. 1+ TD.

9 years ago

Tennessee @ Buffalo

Kenny Britt goes over 100 yards and catches at least 1 TD

Washington @ NY Giants

RG3 has more rushing yards than either Morris or Bradshaw

New Orleans @ Tampa Bay

Marques Colston keep the hot streak going as he goes over 120 yards with another TD

Dallas @ Carolina

Cam Newton turns the ball over at least 3 times

Baltimore @ Houston

Foster blows up posting over 200 total yards and at least 1 TD

Cleveland @ Indianapolis

Josh Gordon goes over 100 yards with a TD

Green Bay @ St. Louis

Robert Quinn terrorizes Rodgers all day and posts 2+ sacks

Arizona @ Minnesota

AP shreds Arizona’s run defense and rushes for over 100 and finally gets back in the end zone

NY Jets @ New England

The Gronk of old shows up and he leads the team in receiving yards

Jacksonville @ Oakland

When/if this game comes up on Red Zone 98.6% of people will think to themselves, who cares?

Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati

Big Ben throws for over 300 yards and 3 TD’s

Detroit @ Chicago

Brandon Marshall goes absolutely nuts having 10+ catches and 150+ yards receiving

Reply to  Pntgvn2399
9 years ago

The Oakland Jacksonville game Features two of the best running backs in the game. They both have a chance to put of huge numbers. I think this might be one of the more exciting games of the week and maybe even year. And i’m not even a fan of either team.

9 years ago

Tennessee @ Buffalo – Chris Johnson runs for minimum 75 yards, Fred Jackson for minimum 50, and CJ Spiller for minimum 100

Washington @ NY Giants – Ahmad Bradshaw held to less than 60 yards

New Orleans @ Tampa Bay – Mike Williams has over 150 yards and a TD

Dallas @ Carolina – No RB scores a TD for either team

Baltimore @ Houston – 250 combined rushing yards by both teams

Cleveland @ Indianapolis – Andrew Luck throws for 300+ yards

Green Bay @ St. Louis – Sam Bradford throws for more yards than Aaron Rodgers

Arizona @ Minnesota – Percy Harvin has a minimum 150 yards from scrimmage and a TD

NY Jets @ New England – No RB rushes for more than 100 yards

Jacksonville @ Oakland – Cecil Shorts with minimum 75 receiving yards and a TD

Pittsburgh @ Cincinnati – Baron Batch runs for at least 75 yards

Detroit @ Chicago – Mikel Leshoure runs for at least 100 yards

Ryan Brown
9 years ago

Titans at Bills – Mario Williams continues to heat up with 2+ more sacks, as does Ken Britt with 100+ receiving and atleast 1 TD.

Redskins at Giants – Kai Forbath kicks 4 FGs leading fans to believe they’ve finally solved their kicking problem (they probably haven’t). Alfred Morris outgains Ahmad Bradshaw on the ground.

Saints at Buccaneers – Darren Sproles records 5+ catches, Doug Martin and Legarette Blount combine for over 200 yards rushing and 2 TDs.

Cowboys at Panthers – Felix Jones is injured early and Phillip Tanner ends the day with 75+ yards rushing at 1 TD. Super-Cam returns with 200+ passing, 60+ rushing and 3+ total TDs in a winning effort.

Ravens at Texans – Flacbro turns the ball over at least 3 times, Arian Foster bumps his yards per carry avg. up from 3.8 with a solid 5.4+ ypc on the day.

Browns at Colts – Luck throws for more yards, Weeden more TDs. Greg Little drops no balls (This may be due to none being thrown his way).

Packers at Rams – Alex Green eclipses 75 total yards and 1 TD. D.Rich proves last week wasn’t “game specific” splitting carries with S.Jax about 60-40 and outgaining the vet on his fewer touches.

Cardinals at Vikings – Fitz notches his first and only win in Minnesota before the stadium is demolished. Vikings D holds the Cardinals under 150 total yards of offense.

Jets at Patriots – Aaron Hernandez puts up Gronk-type numbers with 100+ receiving and at least 1 TD. Mark Sanchez throws more TDs to the Patriots than his own team.

Jaguars at Raiders – Blaine Gabbert completes less than 50% of his passes against a porous Raiders secondary proving he is one of the 3 worst QBs in the league. DMC finishes the day with a ypc of 5+ and over 100 rushing yards.

Steelers at Bengals – The Red Rifle out-gains Big Ben through the air by 50+ yards. Both teams combine for less than 115 yards rushing.

Lions at Bears – Mikel Leshoure breaks out against a stout Bears D for 120+ total yards and 2+ TDs. Kellen Davis establishes himself as a legit receiving threat with 75+ yards receiving.

9 years ago

Ten @ Buf – Tennessee finally starts to utilize Jared Cook correctly as he catches at least 5+ balls for 80+ yards and 1+ TD.

Wash @ NYG – RG3 & Eli account for 750+ total yards and 6+ total TDs.

NO @ TB – Doug Martin totals 130+ yards and 2+ TDs.

Dal @ Car – Felix Jones has a day, going for 90+ yards and a score.

Bal @ Hou – Bal continues it’s winning ways against Houston, beating them to go 7-0 all time against them. In doing so, Ravens D puts up more fantasy points than Houston’s.

Cle @ Ind – Cleveland gets it’s second win of the season, as Trent Richardson gashes the Indy D for 150+ total yards and at least 1 score.

GB @ STL – James Jones stays hot, with another 2 TDs

Ari @ Min – Percy Harvin goes off with 15+ total touches, 130+ yards and a score.

NYJ @ NE – Shonn Green reverts back to the norm and is held to less than 50 rushing yards while Gronk catches 2 TDs

Jax @ Oak – Run – DMC out-gains MJD on the ground as the Raiders win

Pit @ Cin – AJ Green abuses Ike Taylor for 6+ catches, 125+ yards and 1+ TD

Det @ Chi – Forte runs wild on the Lions’ defense, picking up 120+ total yards and at least one score.

9 years ago

Titans/ Bills – CJ0k first TD of the season
Giants/ skins- less than 260 yards of offense for RG3
Saints/ Buccs – Brees and Freeman combine for 4 turnovers
Cowboys/ Panthers- Cam Newton scores most rushing TDs in the game
Ravens/ Texans- Teams combine for less than 40 points
Browns/ Colts – Luck throws 3 TDs
Packers/ Rams- Randall Cobb and James Jones both find the endzone
Cards/ Vikings- Under 75 yards receiving by fitzgerald
Jets/ Pats – Shonn Greene runs for less than 60 yards Pats win big
Jags/ Raiders- Justin Blackmon catches 2 balls or less
Steelers/ Bengals- Dalton throws more INTs than TDs
Lions/ Bears- Brandon Marshall more receptions and yards than Calvin

sean mcguigan
9 years ago

Stephan hill shocks the world with a 140 yards and 2 TDs but jets still lose by 2 TDs
Romo goes off for 375 and 4 TDs two each to des and miles both go over 100 against porous panther pass D.
Rudolph keeps on scoring TDs with one and 75 yrds
Rodgers struggles with tough ram d and only throws for 250 and one score
Colston is a no show
Hicks re injuries foot on 3rd play from scrimmage and fails to register a stat giants still beat a game skin team handily
McFadden finally explodes for 200 total yards and 2 scores
AJ green continues a season for the ages with 2 more TDs and 140 yards
Mjd is beastly in defeat notching 175 total yrds and a score

DW Ruud
9 years ago

Justin Blackmon catches his 1st NFL TD.

9 years ago

Pittsburgh vs. Cincy- Antonio Brown outproduces Mike Wallace.

Houston vs. Baltimore- Arian Foster doubles up Ray Rice.

Oakland vs. Jaguars- MJD gains 179 yards from scrimmage to go over 10,000 for his career.

New Orleans vs. Tampa- Vincent Jackson goes for 100 and a touch.

Reply to  Coach
9 years ago

Hey 3 of 4! MJD would have reached his too if he didn’t get hurt.

Stevie the Shu
9 years ago

Jax/Oak: Blackmon will have less than 5 catches
Pitts/Cinn: Brown will have 100+ yrds receiving
Det/Chicago: Forte will top 125 total yards
GB/St Louis: Cobb leads all WR’s in yards
Giants/Wash: Cruz will have 2 receiving TD’s
Balt/Hou: Foster does not score a TD
Tenn/Buff: Britt tops 100 yrds and scores a TD
Cleve/Indy: Richardson held to under 50 yards rushing
Jets/NE: Ridley tops 100 yards rushing
Jax/Oak: Moore will top 100 receiving yards
Pitts/Cincy: Peerman has more total yards than Law Firm

9 years ago

Thank you TheFFGhost for the shout out; I really appreciate it. But honestly, my performance was as flukie as Shonn Green, so I am not expecting a repeat this week. With that said, let me enter my reversion to the mean predictions now.

Cardinals vs Vikings

1-Percy Harvin continues to cement his status as an MVP candidate with another outstanding game: 90+ yards and 1TD

2- AP finally scores the long overdue TD, opening the door for more in the coming weeks.

3-Surprisingly, Jared Allen register zero sack–none, zilch, nada– against the porous Cardinals offensive line

Cowboys vs. Panther

1-Greg Olsen has a career game–120 yards, 1TD– as Steve Smith is blanketed by Dallas ferocious secondary.

2-Steve Smith runs short routes thus register 6 catches for less than 80 yards.

3-Felix Jones scores 1TD but underwhelms by rushing for less than 90 yards. The Panthers D front is small, thus Felix speed on the edges won’t faze them.

Saints vs Bucs

1-Lance Moore torches Bucs secondary which was bad but got worse with Aqib out for 115+ yards and 2 TD

2- Marques Colston scores less fantasy points than Lance Moore

3-Vincent Jackson scores 1TD, but Doug Martin got less than 15 carries.

Packers vs Rams

1-Randall Cobb meets its match in Cortland Finnegan: Less than 50 yards

2-James Jones gets yet another TD as Jordy Nelson is bottled up in the redzone by Cortland Finnegan.

3-Finally, finally TE J Finley scores a TD, granted he might ‘drop it’ after catching it.

Giants Vs Reds

1- Eli throws for 350+ yards to keep up with RG3 and both Cruz and Hakeem Nicks go over 100 receiving yard.

2- Cruz scores 2TD, salsa twice.

3- Hakeem Nicks scores 1TD

4-RG3 rushes 1TD on JPP’s side, lol.

Ravens vs. Texans

1-Dennis Pitta-nce scores 1TD and go over 60 yards receiving.

2-Joe Flacco, aka Joe the Plumber, throws for 300+ yards

3-Andre Johnson goes over 100 yards and 1TD

4- Arian Foster stop slipping, scores 2TD and goes over 100 yards

Titans vs Bills

1-Everyone regrets not playing Kenny Britt as he records at least 120 receiving yard and 2TD

2- CJ?K disappoints again with less than 85 yards and no TD

3- Steve Johnson scores 1TD

Browns vs Colts

1-Richardson has either 125+ total yards or less than 65 total yards–Boom or bust.

2- R Wayne scores 1TD

3- Luck throws for less than 289 yards

Jets vs. Patriots

1- Over 50 total points scored in this game.

2- Tom Brady is pissed–see Richard Sherman– and throws for 4TD and 320+ yards.

3- Bellichick is pissed as well–see Rex Ryan jab– and run up the score as Steven Ridley scores 1TD and goes over 100 yards rushing

3-Hernandez scores 1 or 2TD but Gronk scores NO TD

4- Tom Brady scores the most fantasy points among all QBs

Jaguars vs Raiders

1- DMC rushes for more yards than MJD

2- Denarius Moore goes for 100+ yard and 1TD

3-Jags loses the game, duh.

Steelers vs. Bengals

1- The Steelers offensive line is so bad Heath Miller blocks all game and register less than 30 yards receiving.

2- Ben Roeth runs for his life all game but got sacked at least 4 times.

3- Antonio Browns records more fantasy points than Mike Wallace.

Lions vs Bears

1-Earl Bennet has 80+ receiving yards and 1TD

2-B Marshall has 10 catches but register less than 85 yards as the entire Lions secondary and linebackers swarm him on every play

3-Mattew Stafford continues to look like the Gator Bait he was when he played for Georgia in the SEC. As such, he will throws 1TD, if at all.

Joe Gibbs
9 years ago

Ten/Buf: Britt has 100+ yards and a TD
Dal/Car: Felix Jones has less than 60 yards rushing
Steve Smith has less than 50 yards receiving
Bal/Hou: Schaub has over 250 and 2 TD’s
Foster has 100 and a TD
Cle/Ind: T-Rich goes off for 150 and 2 total tds
Ari/Min: AP has less than 75 yds rushing and 1 TD
Was/NYG: Nicks goes for 130+ and 2 tds
RG3 wins a duel with Eli
GB/STL: Richardson leads all RBs with 90+ yds and a td
NO/TB: Saints win by 2 scores and Brees has a huge day
NYJ/NE: Shonn Greene rushes for less than 60 yards
Ridley has a huge game and gets in the endzone twice
JAC/OAK: DMAC goes off for 150 and a TD
PIT/CIN: Dwyer leads all rushers with 80 yards and a TD
DET/CHI: Cutler is picked off 3 times and Megatron goes for 100+ and a TD

9 years ago

Oh, what a tale of irony I put up. “Josh Gordon truly establishes himself as Cleveland’s best receiver by simply not dropping passes.”


Reply to  Ken Kelly
9 years ago

Haha, he still did well in spite of your curse, Ken. I’m hoping he becomes a big part of that offense with as “meh” as Little has been thus far.

Reply to  Brett
9 years ago

Speaking of Josh Gordon, is there anyone on your staff who has the number crunching ability to figure out Gordon’s aDOT(average depth of target) for this season so far? I’m curious to compare him to Julio’s numbers from last year.

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